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Yonex Nanoflare 700

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by fiq_axis, Jan 4, 2019.

  1. Dezlets

    Dezlets Regular Member

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    Wait u managed to get a high 5u and low 4u?
     
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    LiteBulb Regular Member

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    post #300 updated with my opinion.
     
  3. LiteBulb

    LiteBulb Regular Member

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    it may be a high nf700.

    the ax88s with strung and gripped weight of 88g seems reasonable.

    i have two ax88s and two nf700. both models have the same respective batch number and running serial code.
     
  4. Dezlets

    Dezlets Regular Member

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    I'm finding it weird because 5u and 4u is of 1 gram difference is just too close haha.
     
  5. Ch1k0

    Ch1k0 Regular Member

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    Don't forget. 4U and 5U are ranges of weight. It isn't wrong to find 2 pieces of the same racket within 0.xg of each other.

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  6. JammyKCric170281

    JammyKCric170281 New Member

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    I don't think so ,
    Nano-Ray from YNX is legendary series and still lots of players love to play with Nano-Ray series. Rackets Like Nano-Ray z speed is one of them.
    Recently , Yonex introduced new racket in light series known as Nano-Ray light series is very popular among the badminton player who love to play with 78 gms racket. Check the details of Nano-ray Light series

    Nanoflare is launched in 2019 with lots of new features and again its head light series for fast swing speed and quick repulsion .

    I have tested both the rackets Nanoray Z Speed and nano flare 700,

    You can find similarities between two rackets , almost same speed and power. Yes , Nano flare 700 is bit more accurate on net with less vibration . so here Yonex modified the joint i guess !

    Nano Ray Z Speed:
    • Weight: 3U (85-89.9g)
    • Head Shape: Square/Isometric
    • Flex: Stiff and B.Pt: B.Pt: 4 (Head Light / Even Balance)
    • Head Material: H.M. Graphite Sonic Metal. Ex-HMG Shaft Material : H.M. Grahite, Nanometric, X-Fullerene

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    Nanoflare 700:
    • Frame: H.M. Graphite / M40X / SUPER HMG
    • Shaft: H.M. Graphite
    • Flex: MEDIUM
    • Weight / Grip Size: 4U (Ave.83g) G4,5,6
    • Made in: Made in Japan



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  7. offbad

    offbad Regular Member

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    dude what no, NF700 and NRZSP are not similar at all

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  8. Ch1k0

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    Wow. While I can respect differing personal opinions on rackets. There's only so much up to a point where someone is literally and factually wrong. Please do not mislead people who come here looking for much needed help at times.

    I back the above statement having playing and owned both. The NF700 and NRZS are nothing alike. Everything from the stiffness to the feel on the stringbed to the string pattern and head shape are nothing alike. The only broad similarity they might have is the sensation of head weight during swings. But even then you can't get any comparison because one is a 4U/5U only and the other 3U/2U only.

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    I never said these rackets are identically same , i found some similarity like head speed and the way both the rackets behave on net area . I used both the rackets and this is my personal opinion.

    Other players are free to put different advice. i am no one here to quantify knowledge and playing skills.

    Both the rackets are good on smash and 3rd line clear. However Nanoflare 700 got some extra power.

    "Unless we learn to know ourselves, we run the danger of destroying ourselves"

    I trust on this and never made any wrong advice without knowing the facts !
     
  10. Stan77

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    I have been using z speed for years and loving it. Nanoflare 700 and Z speed both are totally not the same in terms of feel. Nothing comes close i don't know why u compare it. And nonoflare 700 got no power when comes to smashes.. it's speedier in defending. Z speed is the most solid feel racquet if u look at yonex chart and the compact frame is totally no alike vs flare700. If i am to rate it, my verdict will be; Nanoray is an advance/professional level racquet, Nanoflare is a beginner and easy to handle racquet.
     

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